Kansas U Engineering pendant....age? value?

mope540

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Jun 29, 2011
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Oldest coin to date...1829 large cent
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I would like to know the approximate value and age of this KU Engineering Council pendant. It measures 3/4" x 1/2". It was found in a box of costume jewelry, and while the jewelry had slight corrosion due to the humid climate, this pendant had none. That makes me dream that it could be gold...but i can't hold my breath on that one.

Thanks for any info!!

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mope540

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Jun 29, 2011
213
195
Yonder
Detector(s) used
E-Trac, X1 probe, SEF 8X6 coil.

AT Gold, 5X8 coil, Garrett PP

Equinox 800, 6" coil

Oldest coin to date...1829 large cent
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting
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No idea on age or value, but it looks like a pocket watch key to me. It should have a hole in the end of the spindle (usually square or triangular)

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Thanks. The end is solid. No machining of any kind..
More google searching shows it to be similar to a fraternity key, but i can't find anything associated with KU
 
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Greenie
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Hi - From the shape of the Jayhawk, it looks to be from 1923-1928. Hope this helps.
 

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